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Danbury girls improve to 4-0 in the TAAC

By Yaneek Smith

After falling to Seneca East in their previous game, the Danbury Lakers bounced back to defeat league foe Maumee Valley Country Day, 43-25.

The Lakers offense featured another balanced attack as Erin Lavelle, Alyssa Almendinger and Stephanie Kukay each scored eight points to lead Danbury.

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Ribbon Cutting planned for Friendship Food Store

The Port Clinton Area Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce the Grand Opening of the new Friendship Food Store located at 1810 E. Perry Street in Port Clinton.  The Port Clinton Area Chamber of Commerce will hold a ribbon cutting ceremony at 12 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 18.  Light refreshments will be served.  Community members are encouraged to attend to show support for this new addition to Port Clinton.

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Real Estate Transfers for Jan 10

Catawba Township

1-2-13 Catawba-Cleveland Development Corp. to CIC Development LLC, 2917 North Sanctuary Road, $25,500.

1-2-13 CIC Development LLC to David and Mary Gill, 2917 North Sanctuary Road, new split $160,000. 

1-2-13 Alzo, LLC to John Rolland and Rosemary Harroun Stewart, 2834 NorEaster Cove Drive, $624,900.

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Help rescue Back to the Wild

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A parent whose child has rescued a wounded bird or toad knows that Mona Rutger and the staff at Back to the Wild will patiently and humanely answer questions and offer expert advice or sanctuary. A person who has never seen an eagle, hawk or an owl up close may have had their memorable first experience with Back to the Wild’s traveling exhibits at festivals and schools in our area or at their remarkable Back to the Wild sanctuary near Castalia.

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Meadowbrook Marsh Preserve expanded by 80 acres

Through the Black Swamp Conservancy and the Kracer family, Danbury Township’s Meadowbrook Marsh preserve has acquired 80 more acres to bring the preserve to a total of 193 acres. The land has been deeded to the township at no cost under a conservation easement, due to the collaborative efforts of Richard Kracer, Rob Krain of the Black Swamp Conservancy and the Danbury Township trustees. This means that the entire pond will now be part of the preserve. 

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